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Oct 21, 2012 5:00pm EDT
on one side, a funeral parlor and on the other, the united states intersection. the government of fidel's brother just announced changes to cuban law that could finally mean greater freedom to travel which will mean cubans would no longer need a government exit visa to finally leave the island or an invitation from someone in the country. just a passport. doctors and military officials still face restrictions because of their value to cuban society but most cubans will be able to stay abroad for up to two years without losing the right to return. and for the first time, to take young children with them. reforms that were welcomed outside this have an immigration office. >> this is good. they should have done it years ago, but at least now things will be easier, i suppose. >> i sincerely think raul is doing things better than his brother. and that a u.s. state department spokeswoman said officials are reserving judgment on the new law until it is put in place next january. >> we obviously welcome any reforms that will allow cubans to the port from and return to their country freely. we w
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